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Clients contain the Graphic User Interface through which players interact with the game.

Desktop ClientsEdit

These clients are downloadable, with current and historical release versions. The game as played through desktop clients is highly modifiable, with many released Modpacks.

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GTKEdit

The GTK Client is the classic Freeciv client. Additionally, it contains the Freeciv Map Editor.[1][2]

SDLEdit

The SDL Client possesses a convenient GUI.
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QtEdit

The Qt Client is relatively new, but has an improved GUI.

XawEdit

The XAW Client is considered as "historic", see X Athena Widgets on enwiki.

Freeciv-WebEdit

Freeciv-Web clients are played online through a web browser at freecivweb.org on the Freeciv-Web online server. Access is uniformly rendered by the web client the server provides to the browser (not desktop clients.)

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HTML5Edit

The Freeciv Web Client is the standard, 2D Client for Freeciv-Web.

WebGLEdit

The WebGL Client is a high-quality, 3D-rendered client for Freeciv-Web using the Three.js 3D engine that requires WebGL 3D hardware.

LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. GTK++, stability, and the uncluttered future (Nathan Willis, 2013)
  2. Gtk 5.0 is not Gtk 5 (Allison Lortie, 2016)

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Platform Clients
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Freeciv-Web HTML5 • WebGL
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